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- 11/01/21-THOUSANDS OF FREE TREES TO BE DISTRIBUTED FOR ARBOR DAY(Honolulu) – The trees in our communities provide us with so much: shade from the sun, fruit to eat, and the air we breathe. Arbor Day is a worldwide holiday dedicated to honoring, planting, and enjoying the benefits of trees. Arbor Day has been recognized in Hawai’i for over 110 years, and every November communities throughout the islands gather to celebrate!
- 10/30/21-UPDATE ON PROMOTED PARTIES AT KAIWI STATE SCENIC SHORELINE(HONOLULU) – Tips about Halloween parties tonight at a popular East O‘ahu state park led to an increased presence of officers from the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE).
- 10/30/21-KAIWI ILLEGAL PARTY WARNING(HONOLULU) - Social media is promoting another round of illegal gatherings at Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline on this Halloween eve. Posts being monitored by the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE) indicate alcohol will be for sale at several large gatherings being publicized, along with music from professional disk jockeys.
- 10/26/21-FIFTH ANNUAL ʻŌHIʻA LOVE FESTIVAL IS FREE AND ON-LINE AGAIN THIS YEARJoin the celebration of Hawai‘i’s endemic trees at the 2021 ʻŌhiʻa Love Festival. Expanding from a single species to an entire ecosystem, this year’s festival theme is “Celebrate Forests.”
- 10/25/21-REVIEW OF STATEWIDE COMPREHENSIVE OUTDOOR RECREATION PLAN NEEDS YOUR INPUT(Honolulu) – Every five years people have an opportunity to review and provide update suggestions to the Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation plan, or SCORP for short. The DLNR Division of State Parks (DSP) is now inviting people to review the draft of the SCORP-2021.
- 10/24/21-TWELVE DIVERS CITED SATURDAY NIGHT FOR DIVING & FISHING VIOLATIONS(HONOLULU) – Night divers are required to have illuminated diver’s flags and are supposed to know fishing regulations. Last night, a dozen Honolulu men were cited by officers from the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE) for not having required equipment and/or possession of under-sized fish.
- 10/23/21-LAND BOARD SUBMITS KĀʻANAPALI BEACH RESTORATION ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT TO GOVERNOR IGE(HONOLULU) – The Board of Land and Natural Resources voted yesterday to submit the Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Kāʻanapali Beach Restoration and Berm Enhancement project to Governor David Ige.
- 10/22/21-KAILUA KAYAK OPERATOR FINED $25,000 FOR COMMERCIAL USE VIOLATIONS(HONOLULU) – Today, the Board of Land and Natural Resources fined Twogood Kayaks Hawai‘i, Inc., for conducting unpermitted commercial activity on at least five separate occasions, in ocean waters off Kailua.
- 10/22/21-NEW KAHALU‘U BAY SURF SCHOOL RULES APPROVED BY STATE LAND BOARD(HONOLULU) – Following an earlier public hearing, and verbal and written testimony submitted by dozens of people, the State Board of Land and Natural Resources voted today to implement amended rules limiting and regulating commercial activity in ocean waters at Kahalu‘u Bay on the Kona coast of Hawai‘i Island.
- 10/22/21-DIAMOND HEAD DEMOLITION PROJECT TO CLOSE STATE MONUMENT(HONOLULU) – Next week, work begins to demolish two structures that were built on top of the Lēʻahi Fire Control Station at the summit of Diamond Head Crater. The DLNR Division of State Parks (DSP) made the decision to do the demolition work due to safety concerns and the high cost of repairing the structures.